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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 10-27-2018, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
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Any cigar smokers?

It’s one of the few vices I have but recently started getting more into the cigar “lifestyle”. I always find myself taking a ride to either the cigar lounge or some place I can smoke or when working in the garage. Nothing like burning a stick and a glass of whisky or cup of coffee. Any cigar smokers on here? What are you smoking?


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post #2 of 31 (permalink) Old 10-27-2018, 07:11 PM
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I have four large humidors stocked with cigars (a few Cuban) but I haven't smoked a cigar in two years. I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and the hormones that I had to take messed me up. I'm fine now but I haven't regained my taste for cigars yet. I do keep them properly humidified so they are aging well. Maybe one of these days.

Thank goodness I never lost my taste for Single Malt Scotch.

The cigar that you have looks like a nice one. Enjoy!
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I used to partake years ago. Unfortunately I was spoiled by Cubans (for only $5 each!) while serving in Iraq, and sort of let them fade off into the sunset after that. I used to love a good Nicaraguan cigar as well. I heard that they transplanted Cuban plants in Nicaragua, but they definitely lacked the "kick" a true Cuban has.
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Not a smoker but big single malt fan.
There is nothing better than a single malt and a good cigar. Try Dalmore Cigar Malt with an Oliva V (moderately priced) or a Fuente OpusX (moderately expensive).

You guys are going to get me smoking again.
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I've never been a smoker but applaud quality, so can understand the desire for a quality cigar.

I'm 100% a single malt chap. Coupled with a nice handmade chocolate and I'm a happy chap.

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There is nothing better than a single malt and a good cigar. Try Dalmore Cigar Malt with an Oliva V (moderately priced) or a Fuente OpusX (moderately expensive).

You guys are going to get me smoking again.
Both great smokes. I’ve been on a bourbon kick lately.
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Been smoking cigars for 50 years, even built my own humidor.


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Been smoking cigars for 50 years, even built my own humidor.


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That, my friend is mighty impressive !!!!
Personally I don’t smoke but do appreciate the smell of a good cigar (cannot stand cigarette smoke, though !!)
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I like a nice whisky or Armagnac when the weather turns; funnily enough I saw this post just as a storm/cold from hit, so last night I enjoyed a few sips after the kids went to bed
Just perfect with the thunder & lightning in the background.

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